Baltimore Ravens

Ravens sign three players, cut three others

The Ravens shuffled their roster today, signing three players and cutting three others.

They signed former Jacksonville Jaguars fullback Shaun Chapas, former Jaguars guard Will Rackley and former Houston Texans tight end Phillip Supernaw.


To make room on the roster, the Ravens released former Maryland tight end Matt Furstenburg, outside linebacker D.J. Bryant (Randallstown) and offensive lineman-defensive lineman Cody Larsen.

Rackley, a 6-foot-3, 310-pound offensive lineman, has started 25 of 26 career games for the Jaguars. The 2011 third-round pick from Lehigh was released in March.


Supernaw was with the Texans for three years, spending time on the practice squad and active roster. He played for offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak with the Texans.

Supernaw, a 6-foot-5, 252-pound tight end from Ouachita Baptist, tried out for the Ravens during their rookie minicamp.

Furstenburg was on the Ravens' practice squad last season after going undrafted.

Larsen was on the practice squad last season for the Ravens. He played offensive line at the minicamp, but he was a defensive lineman last year and in college.

Bryant missed last season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament.